I always liked the idea of having a community links section on websites. Lots of sites in this genre have that and I think it’s great. The driving purpose behind a tutorial site like this is helping people learn and sharing inspiration. I do my weekly “Links of Interest” posts (which I will probably keep doing), but I wanted a better way to have a “stream” of links going to other good reading in the community. Hence the birth of Script & Style!
Script & Style is going to be a user-driven stream of links, which anybody can submit to using the article submission form. Each entry will be moderated and checked for quality so each link that goes through is surely of interest and spam-free.
There will also be exclusive tutorials from time to time. David Walsh (the brains behind the idea), kicked things off with a great article on using MooTools 1.2 for Drag, Drop, Sort & Save. If you are interested, you can pick up the new feed here, which will include both the link stream and the exclusive tutorials.
I’m going to be creating a little sidebar-widgety thing for here on the site which will pull recent entries from Script & Style. I’ll be probably writing up a tutorial on how to do that, so stay tuned for that =)
Make header and footer background image fluid. It looks awfull in 1920×1200.
I like the concept, so wtg.
Cool idea! And I like how the site looks. Perhaps one of your future tutorials could be about how you made that rip effect on the paper. I tried to do that a while back and couldn’t get it right.
Great I idea, sort of like what CSS Globe’s Community News section.
Congratulations on the launch, Chris. Looking forward to watching the site grow. Added to feed reader =)
It’s similar to dzone which you mentioned in last Links of Interest post, but I prefer your site because I like to read your articles =D, and yet some that you moderate :)
Hey thanks everyone!
I have the little sidebar tabby-box thing in there now for your browsing pleasure. It’s kind of annoying now how you have to click over to the site first, and then to the link. I’m gonna try to fix that at some point (when I figure out how =)).
Hey Chris, Nicely done. I’ve added it to my already bloated feed-reader.
It reminds me of a more personal version of Design Float. That’s a good thing.
Great stuff, I’ve been waiting for something like this to come around for a while, glad it came from you. Thanks!
nice site, btw your sidebar over here says “Join N/A other CSS enthusiasts!”
Very nice Chris. Good luck with it.
Nice little site. I think you should specific what type of articles your would prefer submitted, both here and on the site/submit page. That way it gives users a better idea of what to submit and what articles will be shown on the site.
gr8 stuff bookmarked!
my feedreader is very happy about some new stuff :-D